3 Tips To Make Brushing Count

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At The Addison Dentist in Addison TX, we are all about educating our patients and promoting good dental health. By following the three steps below, you’ll go a long way to ensuring the health of your teeth and gums. Sometimes life really is as easy as 1-2-3. 1 Soft Bristle Toothbrush Gentle brushing will achieve…

Implant Dentures: Fixed Or Removable?

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People who are missing teeth have more tooth replacement choices than ever before. State-of-the-art replacement, whether it’s for one missing tooth or a set of dentures, involve dental implants, available from The Addison Dentist. Implant-retained or implant-stabilized dentures both provide numerous advantages over conventional dentures. Secure in the mouth—no slipping Furnishes up to 100% natural…

All About Toothaches

Ever get a toothache? Of course you have; who hasn’t? At The Addison Dentist, we stress the importance of good dental care to all our patients. But Murphy’s Law assures us that if something can go wrong, it will. And that includes getting a toothache. The most common cause of a toothache is, by far,…

Are You Flossing Out Of Fear?

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Most people know that flossing is an important part of oral health. As we like to remind all our patients at The Addison Dentist, the value of this simple exercise in oral hygiene has been shown time and time again. But does fear have to play a role commitment to the practice? Flossing offers a…

Floss Pick Facts For Addison

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A dental health note from THe Addison Dentist: most of our patients want to keep their teeth as clean as possible. That’s a good thing! They are also looking for convenience. That’s why many of them turn to floss picks instead of standard dental floss. These little tools are quite handy. They usually have a…

Suspect A Bite Problem?

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The topic of this post from The Addison Dentist is malocclusion, which literally means “bad bite.” Many cases of malocclusion are treatable with clear braces. Edward Angle, a pioneer in modern orthodontics coined the term malocclusion. Malocclusion is fairly common, but most cases are so slight that it causes no troubles. When you combine multiple…